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This is the home of the developer documentation for Limio.
Limio Commerce makes it easy to create a subscription shop and self-service portal.
Limio Commerce users typically create the Limio Shop & Self-Service by using Limio Components orCustom Components on the Limio Page Builder. Limio Components are off-the-shelf components, available to quickly create commerce experiences, whereas Custom Components are custom-built to fit unique needs or design. The Limio Page Builder will then use components to build content for Limio Shop & Self-Service.
Custom components can access the Limio Commerce APIs via the Limio SDK to retrieve information about the catalog and subscriber from the Limio application. This allows you to retrieve subscriber information or access the customer's basket for example.
Regardless of how you wish to work, you can get yourself up and running in 4 simple steps:
Limio Commerce can help developers to build and scale great acquisition and retention experiences for subscription products online. Developers can leverage Custom Components to create experiences that are not already covered in the standard Limio Components. Here's a few popular examples:
- 👩🎨 Create new designs and layouts for pricing pages
- ✅ Collect additional information on the subscribers or performing checks in the checkout
- ✋ Block certain behaviours, such as trial abuse or erroneous purchases in the checkout
- 🧡 Create personalised cancel/save experiences in self-service
We also have a number of APIs and webhooks that can help you manipulate your Limio data and distribute it for third-party systems, such as entitlements, fulfilment, analytics, and emails systems. See below for links to information on these:
The Limio application can be used by any marketers, analysts, and commercial teams without the need for developers by using standard Limio Components.
If you wish to create a customised shop and self-service, you will need to have, or hire, a developer to deliver the data stored in Limio to your website or applications. Talk to a developer about integrating with Limio, or contact us to see how we can help.